Where and How Latino Voters Made a Difference in 2020

Setting the Record Straight

Friday, November 13 @ 1 PM ET
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Washington, DC – On a press call November 13 at 1:00 pm ET, national and state Latino leaders will discuss the significant role that Latino voters played in the historic 2020 election cycle. While there has been a lot of discussion – often with partial data and in the absence of experts from those communities – there is still a broad misunderstanding of the crucial role Latinos played nationally and locally in shaping the outcome. Seven in 10 Latino voters nationally rejected the Trump/Pence ticket and Biden/Harris won a strong majority of Latino voters in every one of the 50 states and DC.

Experts who worked to mobilize voters in Michigan, Wisconsin, Florida, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia and other states will discuss the data, and what they saw and did, in an on-the-record briefing for journalists.


  • Thais Carrero, Pennsylvania Director, CASA in Action
  • Daniel Valdez, North Carolina Director, Hispanic Federation
  • Thomas Kennedy, Florida Coordinator, United We Dream Action
  • María Teresa Kumar, President and CEO, Voto Latino
  • Esteban Garces, Co-Executive Director, Poder Latinx
  • Adonis Flores, Immigrant Rights Organizer, Michigan United
  • Moderator: Clarissa Martinez de Castro, Deputy Vice President, UnidosUS


With more than 100,000+ lifetime members, CASA in Action is the largest electoral organization fighting for immigrant rights in the Mid-Atlantic region. For more information, please visit CASAinAction.org. Follow us at @CASAinAction.